We have recently refreshed and relaunched the System Requirement for Supply Chain Management. This recognises the important role our supply chain partners play in delivering projects. The documents sets out our approach to and expectations of the management of HSE performance by our
supply chain partners.
You can view the document here System-Requirement-Supply-Chain-Management.
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Last week in the Australia Hub we kicked off The Five Ways to Wellbeing, celebrating the positive things we can do to support our mental health, and look out for our colleagues around us.
It is anticipated that Australia will face extreme temperatures up to, and above 40 degrees this week across every state and territory. The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast daytime temperatures of up to 12 degrees above average and 10 degrees higher than usual at night from today until at least Friday.
Places people at the centre of decision making empowering them to generate ideas and be solution focused
Looks at the health of the system overall and seeks to understand successful work as it is done
Freedom with the framework creates space for people to thrive and innovate whilst maintaining operational rigour in our high consequence risks
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The SMS is designed to promote continual improvement and to enable the
three key principles of Next Gear.
These are activities which are considered to have high consequences to our people if not managed appropriately
Provide a framework and approach to manage risk and innovation
Describe the processes that must be implemented in order to set up projects and sites for success
Processes that must be implemented in order to setup rail projects.
The EMS is designed to promote continual improvement and to
promote a life cycle approach.
These are activities which are considered to have high consequences to the environment if not managed appropriately
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